Bianca Andreescu takes a leap of 45 ranks in the standings of the WTA
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Bianca Andreescu had surprised in defeating the Danish Caroline Wozniacki and American Venus Williams.
The Canadian Bianca Andreescu has made a leap of 45 ranks to climb up to the 107th position in the ranking of the WTA, Monday, after being surprised during his career at the tennis tournament in Auckland, New Zealand.
18-year-old, Andreescu defeated the third racket world, the Danish Caroline Wozniacki and American Venus Williams en route to her first presence in the final of a tournament of the WTA tour, where she finally bowed in three rounds in front of the German Julia Görges.
To reach the main draw in Auckland, Andreescu has previously won his three qualifying matches.
Andreescu will try now to get his pass for the main draw of the Australian open. The Ontario, who is ranked fourth favorite among the 128 players who will compete in the qualifications, will begin his quest in the face of the Britain’s Katie Swan (181st).
Two other canadian women’s hockey players will attempt to obtain their pass to the main draw of the tournament australian this week. Rebecca Marino will play against the American Caroline Dolehide, while Toronto’s Katherine Sebov will intersect the iron with the French Jessika Ponchet.
In men, the Montrealer Félix Auger-Aliassime will begin the qualifications in the face to the Belgian Arthur De Greef.
Peter Polansky of Thornhill, Ontario, will oppose the American Ernesto Escobedo. Brayden Schnur of Pickering, Ontario, will compete to the Polish Kamil Majchrzak.
Montreal’s Eugenie Bouchard is the player canadian with the best ranking in the world. The athlete, 24 years of age has climbed eight spots in the standings to reach the 79th level after having reached the quarter-finals at the tournament in Auckland.
The Romanian Simona Halep has retained the first place worldwide, followed by German Angelique Kerber and Wozniacki.
The Ontario’s Milos Raonic is placed at the 17th place in the ranking of the ATP. His fellow countryman Denis Shapovalov holds the 27th position. Vasek Pospisil, who is ranked the 71st level, will not participate in any International of Australia due to a back injury.
Shapovalov was defeated 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 to face the Portuguese Joao Sousa, in his first game of 2019.
The Serbian Novak Djokovic throne always at the top of the ranking of ATP, followed by Spanish Rafael Nadal and Swiss Roger Federer.